Order of the High Court of Meghalaya dated 23/06/2021 on making Covid-19 vaccination mandatory in the state, before he or she resumes their businesses.

The High Court directed that all shops/establishments/local taxis/auto-rickshaws/maxi cabs and buses should display prominently at a conspicuous place, a sign "vaccinated' in the event all employees and staff of the concerned shop/establishment are vaccinated.

Order of the High Court of Uttarakhand at Nainital dated 23/06/2021 regarding preparedness of the state to deal with the third wave of Covid-19, rising black fungus cases and opening of the Char Dham Yatra.

The High Court expressed its dissatisfaction at the affidavit furnished by Amit Negi, Secretary, Medical Health and Family Welfare by calling it incomplete and directed him to clarify the many points raised by the court -

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Order of the High Court of Gujarat at Ahmedabad in the matter of Suo Motu Vs State of Gujarat dated 15/06/2021 regarding vaccination to combat Covid-19 in Gujarat.

The High Court directed the state of Gujarat to take all necessary actions to improve the health infrastructure in the state considering the "likelihood of third wave of pandemic by vigorously following testing, tracing and treatment".

Order of the Uttarakhand High Court in the matter of steps taken by the state government to address Covid-19.

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Order of the High Court of Andhra Pradesh, Amravati dated 07/06/2021. The matter related to drugs for treating black fungus cases in Andhra Pradesh.

The court said that the drug (Liposomal Amphotericin B) allocated by the Union of India to Andhra Pradesh is not sufficient to treat the patients of black fungus.

Order of the Rajasthan High Court in the matter of Suo Moto Vs Union of India & Others dated 03/06/2021. The matter related to COVID-19 vaccination of persons not having the requisite identity cards through CoWIN.

Judgement of the High Court of Kerala in the matter of Dr. Jayaprasad Karunakaran Vs Ministry of Ayush & Others dated 02/06/2021. The matter related to Homoeopathic practitioners treating Covid-19 patients.

The petitioner (Dr. Jayaprasad Karunakaran), a homoeopathic practitioner in Thiruvananthapuram was informed by the officials of the State Health Department that action would be taken against him under the Disaster Management Act, if he treated Covid-19 patients.

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